Summary of Current Regional Daily Minimum Wage Rates
Non-Agriculture, Agriculture
(As of November 2017)

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Region WO No./Date of Issuance Date of Effectivity Non-Agriculture Agriculture
Plantation Non-Plantation
NCR a/ WO 21/September 14, 2017 October 05, 2017 ₱475.00-₱512.00 ₱475.00 ₱475.00
CAR b/ WO 18/April 26, 2017 June 5, 2017 ₱270.00-₱300.00 ₱270.00-₱300.00 ₱270.00-₱300.00
I c/ WO 18/July 20, 2016 October 02, 2016 ₱243.00-₱280.00 ₱252.00 ₱243.00
II d/ WO 18/August 11, 2017 September 25, 2017 ₱340 ₱320 ₱320
III e/ WO 20/March 28, 2017 May 01, 2017 ₱329.00-₱380.00 ₱314.00-₱350.00 ₱302.00-₱334.00
IV-A f/ WO 17/May 30, 2016 July 01, 2016 ₱293.00-₱378.50 ₱293.00-₱353.50 ₱293.00-₱333.50
IV-B g/ WO 08/September 05, 2017 September 24, 2017 ₱247.00-₱290.00 ₱247.00-₱290.00 ₱247.00-₱290.00
V h/ WO 18/April 25, 2017 June 2, 2017 ₱280.00-₱290.00 ₱280.00-₱290.00 ₱280.00-₱290.00
VI i/ WO 23/December 16, 2016 March 16, 2017 ₱271.50-₱323.50 ₱281.50 ₱271.50
VII j/ WO 20/February 13, 2017 March 10, 2017 ₱308.00-₱366.00 ₱288.00-₱348.00 ₱288.00-₱348.00
VIII k/ WO 19/December 19, 2016 February 12, 2017 ₱285.00 ₱251.00 ₱245.00
IX l/ WO 19/August 15, 2016 October 01, 2016 ₱296.00 ₱283.00 ₱283.00
X m/ WO 19/May 23, 2017 July 16, 2017 ₱316.00-₱338.00 ₱304.00-₱326.00 ₱304.00-₱326.00
XI n/ WO 19/November 4, 2016 December 16, 2016 ₱340.00 ₱335.00 ₱335.00
XII o/ WO 19/September 9, 2016 October 09, 2016 ₱295.00 ₱272.00 ₱272.00
CARAGA p/ WO 15/November 10, 2017 December 08, 2017 ₱290.00 ₱290.00 ₱290.00
ARMM q/ WO 16/January 20, 2016 March 01, 2016 ₱265.00 ₱255.00 ₱255.00
 

 

* Effective May 1, 2015, the rates for agriculture are as follows: ₱241 for agriculture (non-sugar) and ₱235 for Sugar Industry-Farm
 
a/ Granted ₱21 increase in basic pay; maintains ₱10 COLA under WO No. 20
b/ Granted ₱15 COLA in all areas and ₱10 increase in basic pay in Tabuk City, Bangued, Bontoc, Lagawe, Banaue, Bugias, Bauko, Sagada & Tublay.
c/ Granted ₱12-₱27 increase in basic pay for non-agriculture; ₱19 for plantation; ₱16 for non-plantation; and ₱27 for commercial fishing.
d/ Granted ₱40 increase in basic pay.
e/ Granted ₱16 increase in basic pay.
f/ Integration of SEA & CTPA into the basic pay on 01 July & 01 November, respectively; ₱5-₱73.50 basic WI by reason of area classification (7-tranche); wage adjustment of ₱6-₱16 for MW workers receiving over ₱283.
g/ Granted ₱15 increase in basic pay for establishments with 10 workers & above to be given in 2 tranches; & ₱47 increase for establishments with less than 10 workers to be given in 4 tranches.
h/ Granted increases in basic pay as follows: ₱25 for establishments employing workers 11 & above; ₱42 for establishments employing 10 workers' ₱32 for establishments employing 1-9 workers.
i/ Granted ₱25 increase in the non-agri sector employing more than 10 workers and ₱15 for agri and non-agri establishments employing 10 workers and below.
j/ Granted ₱13 increase in basic pay.
k/ Granted increase in basic pay for the ff: ₱25 (non-agriculture); ₱23 (sugar mills); ₱15 (cottage/handicraft); ₱10 (R/S employing 10 workers & below) & ₱15 (R/S employing 11-30); ₱10 (agriculture non-sugar & sugar farm).
l/ Granted ₱16 increase in basic pay for non-agriculture upon effectivity; ₱28 for agri-plantation, ₱48 for agri-nonplantation & ₱48 for cottage/handicraft to be given in 3 tranches; and ₱23 increase for R/S employing not more than 30 workers to be given in 2 tranches.
m/ Granted ₱8-₱15 increase in basic pay & ₱5 COLA upon effectivity; the ₱5 COLA will be integrated into the basic pay on 01 December 2017.
n/ Granted ₱23-₱29 increase in basic pay and integration of the ₱5 COLA under WO 18 into the basic pay on May 1, 2017. An additional ₱10 increase will be given on May 1, 2017 for workers in R/S employing not more than 10 workers.
o/ Granted ₱15-₱20 wage increase in basic wage and integrated the ₱5 COLA under WO No. 18 into the basic wage.
p/ Granted ₱10 COLA upon effectivity; ₱10 increase in basic pay on Feb. 14, 2018 & ₱5 effective May 1, 2018.
q/ Granted ₱15 wage increase for non-agriculture and ₱5 for agriculture.
 
SOURCE: National Wages and Productivity Commission
              Department of Labor and Employment
 
Updated: 12 December 2017